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SF Symphony and Michael Tilson Thomas kick off their 20th season together with the 2014-15 Opening Nigh Gala September 3

August 6, 2014

 

 

 

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SAN FRANCISCO SYMPHONY AND MUSIC DIRECTOR MICHAEL TILSON THOMAS KICK OFF THEIR 20TH SEASON TOGETHER WITH THE 2014-15 OPENING NIGHT GALA WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3

Gala concert features special guest artists Bonnie Raitt singing American Songbook classics and pianist Yuja Wang performing Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue

Performance is preceded by a complimentary wine reception in Davies Symphony Hall and concludes with an indoor/outdoor after-party, both open to all ticketholders

All-San Francisco Concert on Thursday, September 4 pays tribute to the Bay Area’s non-profit and social service organizations

MTT and the SFS round out Opening Week with two additional concerts September 5-6, with pianist Benjamin Grosvenor in Ravel’s Piano Concerto in G major.

These opening concerts launch the 20th season of the San Francisco Symphony’s partnership with Michael Tilson Thomas. Acclaimed for their achievements in enriching and broadening the American orchestral experience, MTT and the SF Symphony’s 20-year partnership is the longest of any American orchestra and its Music Director today. The 2014-15 season builds on the ensemble’s commitment to perform and record music by American composers; present masterworks of the core repertory in reimagined, creative settings; engage in multi-year explorations of works by Mahler and Beethoven; and cultivate new audiences through media, technology and community-based programs.

For more information and calendar of events, please visit and read: MTT & San Francisco Symphony article


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